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Carpentry Questions - All Grades

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None Tool Safety
According to Occupation Safety and Health Administration, what is recommended when you discover a tool has been damaged?
  1. Nothing is recommended by OSHA.
  2. Schedule to have it fixed and continue using.
  3. Use it carefully.
  4. Do not use the tool.
Continuing Education Power Tools
Continuing Education Problem Solving
New drywall is installed on existing studs in a building. There are numerous nail pops happening one month after the installation. What is the most common cause of this?
  1. Studs should have been removed and reinstalled new ones
  2. Wrong drywall was used
  3. Wood was wet when drywall was installed
  4. Drywall was not installed tight to the studs
Continuing Education Hand Tools
When clamping material together, what is something that needs to be avoided to prevent damaging of material?
  1. Over clamping, which causes dents
  2. Using the wrong clamp
  3. Under clamping, which doesn't create a sufficient hold
  4. All of the above
Continuing Education Layout and Planning of Work
Continuing Education Problem Solving
New cabinetry is installed in a existing kitchen. The distance between the edge of the wall and the cabinet varies by 1/2" from the top to the bottom. What is the most cost effective solution to "hide" this?
  1. Reframe the entire wall system to make it level
  2. Provide a gap 1" on the large side and fill the gap in with a filler strip
  3. Remove the cabinetry and build the last cabinet at an angle
  4. Leave a gap between the cabinet and the wall
Continuing Education Problem Solving
During the demolition of an existing home, after removing the plaster and wallboard, you determine the wall thickness is only a 2x4. What may need to be done to increase the insulation value of the wall system?
  1. Fur our interior of wall framing to allow for more insulation
  2. Reframe all of the walls
  3. Stuff more insulation into the cavity
  4. Nothing you can do to increase the insulation value
Continuing Education Layout and Planning of Work
Continuing Education Layout and Planning of Work
Continuing Education Surveying and Plot Plans
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